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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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sleep

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1 1, 83 | the intellect. But during ~sleep the senses are suspended, 2 1, 83 | happen towards the end of sleep ~in sober men and those 3 1, 85 | some ~future things, as in sleep, and in frenzy. But the 4 1, 85 | more at night and while we sleep than ~in the daytime and 5 1, 85 | impressions are made in sleep, when slight internal movements 6 1, 92 | understanding, as in the case of sleep, we must say that these 7 1, 93 | vision, when "God cast a deep sleep upon Adam" (Gn. ~2:21). 8 1, 93 | ad lit. xii, 2) that, in sleep the ~soul adheres to the 9 1, 93 | free, as is the case in sleep. ~Therefore it is clear 10 1, 93 | accountable for what occurs during sleep; as ~he has not then the 11 1, 96 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, sleep is a kind of passion. Now, 12 1, 96 | 2:21, "God cast a deep sleep upon Adam." ~Therefore he 13 1, 96 | objections; since ~sensation and sleep do not remove from man his 14 1, 112 | shall neither slumber nor ~sleep, that keepeth Israel." Therefore 15 2, 3 | interrupted; for instance, by sleep, or some other ~occupation, 16 2, 31 | individual, as food, drink, sleep, and the ~like, or as regards 17 2, 34 | morally ~evil; as neither is sleep, whereby the reason is fettered, 18 2, 38 | Whether it is assuaged by sleep and baths?~Aquin.: SMT FS 19 2, 38 | and sorrow are assuaged by sleep and baths?~Aquin.: SMT FS 20 2, 38 | OBJ 1: It would seem that sleep and baths do not assuage 21 2, 38 | is in the soul: whereas sleep and baths regard the body. 22 2, 38 | which it is said that "Sleep restores the tired limbs 23 2, 48 | case of ~drunkenness or sleep. Now it has been stated ( 24 2, 77 | its act freely; even as sleep or ~drunkenness, on account 25 2, 80 | the demons, whether man sleep or wake: and so ~it happens 26 2, 94 | impediment: thus, on account of sleep, a man is unable to use 27 2, 113 | either through sickness or sleep, he does not ~obtain justifying 28 2, 113 | was declared to him in his sleep that on account of his previous ~ 29 2, 113 | it may be said that his sleep was not natural, but was 30 2, 113 | not natural, but was the sleep of ~prophecy, according 31 2, 113 | things are revealed to men in sleep, according to Job 33:15, 32 2, 113 | Job 33:15,16: ~"When deep sleep falleth upon men and they 33 2, 15 | of sleeping, but during sleep, i.e. that he should ~meditate 34 2, 15 | when he is preparing to sleep, because this ~leads to 35 2, 15 | of vigil to the state of sleep, as the ~Philosopher explains ( 36 2, 23 | not remain inn us while we sleep. Hence charity does not 37 2, 31 | they wake or while they sleep, according to Job 33:15- 38 2, 31 | vision by night, when deep sleep falleth upon men . . . then 39 2, 93 | vision ~by night, when deep sleep falleth upon men, and they 40 2, 93 | appear to persons in their ~sleep, and by this means they, 41 2, 120 | refreshment of the body, sleep, ~and so forth. Hence according 42 2, 127 | being buried thou shalt ~sleep secure." Therefore security 43 2, 150 | the mind, either during sleep, or through violence and 44 2, 151 | person to set himself to sleep. That venereal ~concupiscence 45 2, 152 | who are associated in a sleep that knows neither honor 46 2, 152 | while asleep, since in our sleep we frequently discuss ~matters, 47 2, 152 | pollution is not prevented by sleep from being a sin, seeing ~ 48 2, 152 | vision by ~night, when deep sleep is wont to lay hold of men [* 49 2, 152 | men [*Vulg.: 'When deep ~sleep falleth upon men.' St. Thomas 50 2, 152 | no sin in it. Now during sleep reason has not a free judgment. ~ 51 2, 152 | waking state to the state ~of sleep, "the dreams of good men 52 2, 152 | 15) that "even during ~sleep, the soul may have conspicuous 53 2, 152 | more or less hindered in sleep, ~according as the inner 54 2, 152 | more or less overcome by ~sleep, on account of the violence 55 2, 152 | apprehension is not hindered during sleep to the ~same extent as its 56 2, 152 | hinders man's reason during sleep from apprehending anew something 57 2, 166 | way as we have recourse to sleep and other kinds of rest, ~ 58 2, 170 | sleeps. Now some, during sleep, naturally foresee the ~ 59 2, 171 | natural - for instance, sleep - or spiritual - for ~instance, 60 2, 172 | dreams which ~occur during sleep, and vision which occurs 61 2, 173 | man betakes himself to sleep which is in accordance with 62 2, 173 | with nature, ~wherefore sleep cannot be called rapture, 63 3, 15 | sought food, drink, and sleep, and all else that is sought 64 3, 30 | appeared to Joseph in his sleep" (Mt. 1:20), which was clearly 65 3, 30 | to the Virgin not in her sleep, but ~visibly. For since 66 3, 30 | the angel appeared ~in his sleep, did not have so excellent 67 3, 30 | sun ~was setting, a deep sleep fell upon Abram, and a great 68 3, 53 | first fruits of them that sleep - because," says the gloss, " 69 3, 56 | first-fruits of ~them that sleep; for by a man came death, 70 3, 68 | baptize ~people while they sleep. Therefore it should not 71 3, 80 | loss that occurs during sleep hinders anyone from ~receiving 72 3, 80 | although these movements during sleep, considered in ~themselves, 73 3, 80 | one suffers from want of sleep or from indigestion, ~for, 74 3, 84 | needs be ~interrupted by sleep and other things which the 75 3, 87 | were to be killed in his sleep, for ~Christ's sake, since 76 Suppl, 52| to be at liberty to eat, ~sleep, and do such things as pertain 77 Suppl, 52| command him not to eat or sleep, so neither can he lawfully 78 Suppl, 59| in unto her, ~and shalt sleep with her, and she shall 79 Suppl, 69| them many things in their sleep; and yet it is clear ~that 80 Suppl, 70| of bodies, as occurs in sleep, belongs to ~imaginary vision 81 Suppl, 70| the same way as when we sleep. ~Thus Augustine says (Gen. 82 Suppl, 72| 2): "Many of those that sleep in ~the dust of the earth 83 Suppl, 73| first-fruits of them that sleep" (1 ~Cor. 15:20), and "the 84 Suppl, 74| wake, nor rise out of his sleep," and it is a question of 85 Suppl, 74| it is a question of the sleep of ~death. Therefore the 86 Suppl, 74| first-fruits of them that sleep" (1 Cor. 15:20), ~although 87 Suppl, 75| his youth, and they shall sleep with him in the dust." ~ 88 Suppl, 78| And since to eat, drink, sleep, beget, pertain to ~the 89 Suppl, 79| resurrection ~would be likened to sleep rather than to vigilance. 90 Suppl, 79| that perfection, because in sleep a sensible body is not in 91 Suppl, 79| of life, for which reason sleep is described as half-life. ~[* 92 Suppl, 79| good and the bad are in sleep least ~distinguishable: 93 Appen1, 2| who ~are asleep; and yet sleep is not said, for this reason, 94 Appen1, 2| that a man dies in his ~sleep, being in a state of grace 95 Appen1, 2| venial sin when he went ~to sleep: and such a man cannot make


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